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Carolina Gómez-Llorente *

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PAPEL DE LOS PROBIÓTICOS EN EL DESARROLLO DE LA INMUNOTOLERANCIA

Los TLR en las células dendríticas están implicados en la generación de respuesta inmunitaria protectora contra los agentes patógenos inductores de citoquínas proinflamatorias. Aunque hay evidencia sustancial de estudios in vitro y en animales que muestran el potencial de los probióticos y una capacidad cepa especifica inmunomoduladora, los resultados de los ensayos de intervención humana han sido mucho menos convincentes.

*Carolina Gómez-Llorente
describe para SIIC los aspectos relevantes de su trabajo
ROLE OF TOLL-LIKE RECEPTORS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF IMMUNOTOLERANCE MEDIATED BY PROBIOTICS
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society,
69(3):381-389 Ago, 2010

Esta revista, clasificada por SIIC Data Bases, integra el acervo bibliográfico
de la Biblioteca Biomédica (BB) SIIC.

Institución principal de la investigación
*Universidad de Granada, Granada, España
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